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‘Titans’ Coming To Digital Retailers

Titans

A bold, new take on DC’s famed Super Hero team – from executive producers Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, Greg Walker, Sarah Schechter and John Fawcett – comes to Digital on March 21, 2019 when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Titans: The Complete First Season. All 11 thrilling episodes …

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‘One-Punch Man’ Season 2 Premiere Streams Exclusively On Hulu

One-Punch Man

VIZ Media proudly announces the premiere of Season 2 of the hit anime series ONE-PUNCH MAN on April 9th, the same day as the Japanese broadcast. ONE-PUNCH MAN will be presented in Japanese audio with English subtitles with new episodes every week on Hulu, the streaming home for Season 2 in …

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Lion Forge Announces ‘Catalyst Prime: Seven Days’ From Gail Simone

Catalyst Prime: Seven Days

Two years ago, “The Event” rocked Free Comic Book Day, and emerged as one of the most talked about titles of that first Saturday in May. This was the introduction of the Catalyst Prime Universe, a new seven-title superhero universe built around genuine representation in comics, hinging on a cosmic event distributing powers to …

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‘These Are The Voyages’ Explores Star Trek After The Initial Cancellation

Star Trek Gene Roddenberry

These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970s, Volume 1, from Jacobs/Brown Press, is the fourth installment in a heralded series of books about the development and legacy of Star Trek. This latest volume delivers surprising revelations concerning the decade-long fight to resurrect the series after its 1969 …

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‘How To Train Your Dragon’ Holds Top Box Office Spot

How To Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World earned another $30 million in its second weekend after traffic surged on Saturday. The film kept the top spot, easily beating the final film in the Madea franchise. The domestic total for the sequel stands at $97.9 million. How to Train Your …

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‘Gotham: The Complete Fifth And Final Season’ Coming To Home Video

Gotham

The final episodes of the hit DC/WBTV series lay the foundation for the city’s iconic future as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment gets set to release Gotham: The Complete Fifth and Final Season on Blu-ray and DVD for $29.98 / $24.98 SRP. Out on June 11, 2019, the new release includes …

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‘Nightflyers’ Comes To Home Video

Nightflyers

On the heels of its cancellation on SYFY, audiences have another chance to see what they missed in NIGHTFLYERS, the gripping space horror series based on the sci-fi novella of the same name from George R.R. Martin. The series is centered around the chilling events onboard the Nightflyer, the most advanced ship …

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‘The Purge’ Season One Comes To Home Video

Purge Season One

 Audiences are blown away by USA Network’s new terrifying series, THE PURGE, the thrilling spinoff of the popular film franchise of the same name, from Blumhouse Television and Universal Cable Productions. The series plays off the plot of the well-known Blumhouse movies, where several unrelated people discover what measures they are willing to …

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Hulu and Funimation Ink Expanded Partnership to Offer Unprecedented Access to Internationally Popular Anime Content

My Hero Academia Vigilantes

Hulu and Funimation, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television (SPT), announced a multi-year partnership and output deal. The monumental deal marks Hulu’s largest agreement for anime programming to date and will significantly expand its anime collection with new subtitled and dubbed titles from Funimation, the leading anime distributor, each year. …

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‘The Boys’ Omnibus To Precede Television Debut

Dynamite Entertainment is releasing Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s Eisner-nominated series, The Boys, in a brand new format for fans and readers looking to jump on board with the critically-acclaimed series before the television adaptation debuts with Amazon Prime Video in 2019. At a massive 344 pages, the fan-favorite series draped …

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